Speedway Spoon Accelerator Throttle Pedal, Black Powder Coated Steel
Universal Fit, Steel, Black powdercoated, 6.68" Pedal Length
- Sleek black powder coated steel throttle pedal
- Splined pivot hub allows easy indexing of arm for use in nearly any vehicle
- Width of mounting base .590", length of mounting base 2.430", centerline of mounting holes 1.90"
- Overall width at pivot point 1.42", spoon pad 2.19" x 1.35", overall length adjusted straight 11.80"
- Linkage arm center of pivot to end 5.125", pedal arm center of pivot to end 6.675"
You can't go wrong with this sleek black powder coated steel throttle pedal. Splined pivot hub allows easy indexing of arm for use in nearly any vehicle.
Width of mounting base .590"
Length of mounting base 2.430"
Centerline of mounting holes 1.90"
Overall width at pivot point 1.42"
Spoon pad 2.19" x 1.35"
Overall length adjusted straight 11.80"
Linkage arm center of pivot to end 5.125"
Pedal arm center of pivot to end 6.675"
Pedal bushings are plastic.
- The arm on the side with the small set screw (1.5 mm) is splined to the central shaft. This allows the installer to tailor the arm/pedal angle to suit their installation.
- The countersunk capscrew (4 mm) which retains the side arm is installed at the factory with a small impact tool and can be quite tight. A palm-sized (or butterfly) impact wrench, or an allen wrench with a longer handle than is provided with the gas pedal, may be needed to remove this retaining screw for the first time.
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